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Mulberry Harbour, Arromanches: "Phoenixes" laid in line off the coast at Arromanches, while a soldier makes a hazardous wire rope crossing. These formed part of the Mulberry harbour.

Mulberry Harbour, Arromanches: "Phoenixes" laid in line off the coast at Arromanches, while a soldier makes a hazardous wire rope crossing. These formed part of the Mulberry harbour.

Soldiers taking direct hits from a German machine gunner as the ramp drops down for  unloading.

Soldiers taking direct hits from a German machine gunner as the ramp drops down for unloading.

The Arromanches shore end of the causeway to the Mulberry Harbour.

The Arromanches shore end of the causeway to the Mulberry Harbour.

A phoenix caisson, later used as part of the Mulberry harbours during the D-Day landings in Normandy. 1943

A phoenix caisson, later used as part of the Mulberry harbours during the D-Day landings in Normandy. 1943

Ambulances Ferry Wounded over Mulberry Harbor near Arromanches Normandy 1944

Ambulances Ferry Wounded over Mulberry Harbor near Arromanches Normandy 1944

HMS LST-427 unloading trucks at a Mulberry Harbor at Normandy in June 1944.

HMS LST-427 unloading trucks at a Mulberry Harbor at Normandy in June 1944.

Royal Marine Commandos attached to 3rd Division for the assault on Sword Beach move through Colleville-sur-Orne on their way to relieve forces at Pegasus Bridge, Normandy, 6 June 1944.

Royal Marine Commandos attached to 3rd Division for the assault on Sword Beach move through Colleville-sur-Orne on their way to relieve forces at Pegasus Bridge, Normandy, 6 June 1944.

June 6th 1944, D-Day, American GI drinks "liberated" cognac from inside German a bunker.

June 6th 1944, D-Day, American GI drinks "liberated" cognac from inside German a bunker.

the_ww2_memoirs Pictures above are British and French troops wading to a British civilian vessel evacuating them from the shores of Dunkirk, June, 1940. Dunkirk was one of the greatest and largest evacuations of the entirety of the war having over 300,000 men saves from the jaws of death. For over a month the Germans had been on the Allies tale and had finally had them cornered on multiple ports along the coast. Unfortunately only one could be evacuated which was Dunkirk, the men at Calaise…

the_ww2_memoirs Pictures above are British and French troops wading to a British civilian vessel evacuating them from the shores of Dunkirk, June, 1940. Dunkirk was one of the greatest and largest evacuations of the entirety of the war having over 300,000 men saves from the jaws of death. For over a month the Germans had been on the Allies tale and had finally had them cornered on multiple ports along the coast. Unfortunately only one could be evacuated which was Dunkirk, the men at Calaise…

D-Day, Normandy, France, June 6, 1944.

Remembering D-Day

D-Day, Normandy, France, June 6, 1944.

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